First, I am having fun training the new girl (who is a grandmother, so not a girl!) and we are getting along quite well. I think she's going to be a great addition to our team. While I'm not enjoying the driving part of this week, I am liking seeing people, getting dressed, that kind of thing.
Tuesday, Sept 24th:
|100% humidity + camera flash = Super Sarah.|
|My Gwen Stefani camo shoes got wet! How do you fix that water stain? I'm so sad.|
|I did it, peeps. I wore pants.|
|All the clothes I'm wearing are thrifted! Well, the pants and top are. The cami is JCP purchased last year for $10, these are my very old Target flats, and the necklace is a gift from my mom. It has matching earrings.|
|And yes, I felt weird in these pants all day. And everyone had to make a comment.|
|At least I didn't have to put bandaids on my horribly ferocious and offensive bird with a rose tattoo. I'm so gangster.|
Good things happened today. I was on the phone with the VA (oooh, let me vent here a moment. VA? How about an online system or perhaps email? I cannot believe any company in 2013 has no website for healthcare providers! I should NOT have to spend 45 minutes on hold to speak with a rep!) when my boss came by and wanted to introduce me to someone. I had no idea who, so I hung up on the VA and followed him....to Revenue Management. Where, I met a lovely lady who stated they were looking for coders and had heard about me. I was NOT prepared for this at all! Luckily, I recovered well, shook hands, answered a few questions, and she asked me to send her my resume tonight once I got home since I didn't have one with me. I agreed, and now I am shaking in my proverbial boots over this! WOW....I guess going in to train may have actually worked out for me. If nothing else, it's a chance to practice interviewing. And that couldn't hurt, right?